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Gospel Opportunities Radio Network

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Gospel Opportunities Radio Network
CityWHWL: Marquette, Michigan
WEUL: Kingsford, Michigan
WHWG: Trout Lake, Michigan
Broadcast areaWHWL: [1]
WEUL: [2]
WHWG: [3]
SloganChristian Radio for Upper Michigan
FrequencyWHWL: 95.7 MHz
WEUL: 98.1 MHz
WHWG: 89.9 MHz
Translator(s)See below
First air dateWHWL: April, 1976
WEUL: 1990
WHWG: 1999
FormatReligious broadcasting; Christian Talk and Music
ERPWHWL: 100,000 watts
WEUL: 1,000 watts
WHWG: 1,000 watts
HAATWHWL: 162 meters
WEUL: 135 meters
WHWG: 119 meters
ClassWHWL: C1
Facility IDWHWL: 24688
WEUL: 24690
WHWG: 90578
Call sign meaningWHWL: Witnessing His Wonderful Love
WHWG: similar to WHWL
AffiliationsGospel Opportunities Radio Network
OwnerGospel Opportunities
WebcastListen Live

The Gospel Opportunities Radio Network is a group of non-commercial FM radio stations, based in Marquette, Michigan.

Gospel Opportunities, Incorporated was formed in 1975 to provide religious radio programming in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. WHWL became its first station when it went on the air in April 1976. WHWL is a Christian station with a focus on Bible teaching programs and traditional, conservative music. Their current station manager, Andy Larsen, has been in the position since 2016 when he took over for Curt Marker.


The main station of the Gospel Opportunities Radio Network is WHWL, is based in Marquette, Michigan and operates on 95.7 MHz with 100,000 watts. The station has two full-power repeater stations:

  • WEUL, which is licensed to Kingsford, Michigan, operates on 98.1 MHz with 1,000 watts and began operation in 1990.
  • WHWG, which is licensed to Trout Lake, Michigan, operates on 89.9 MHz with 1,000 watts and began operation in July 1999 as a replacement of translator W293AG on 106.5. Upon launching, WHWG was the first Christian radio station serving the Sault Ste. Marie/Newberry radio market.

Additionally, WHWL has 10 translator stations of its own:

Broadcast translators of WHWL
Call sign Frequency
City of license FCC info
W216BF 91.1 FM Manistique, Michigan FCC
W224AV 92.7 FM Covington, Michigan FCC
W224AW 92.7 FM Bergland, Michigan FCC
W251AE 98.1 FM Victoria, Michigan FCC
W259AD 99.7 FM Newberry, Michigan FCC
W260AC 99.9 FM Houghton, Michigan FCC
W261CI 100.1 FM Escanaba, Michigan FCC
W271AG 102.1 FM Mackinaw City, Michigan FCC
W277AG 103.3 FM Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan FCC
W280DD 103.9 FM Ironwood, Michigan FCC


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